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Researcher: Pateman, H (Dr Hilary Pateman)

Fields of Research

Transportation and Freight Services
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement
Urban and Regional Economics
Economics
Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-cultural Studies
Human Resources Management
Maritime Engineering
Economics, Business and Management Curriculum and Pedagogy
Business and Management
Tourism
Transport Economics
Organisational Planning and Management
Public Policy

Research Objectives

Port Infrastructure and Management
International Sea Freight Transport (excl. Live Animal Transport)
Workforce Transition and Employment
Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Multimodal Transport
Management
School/Institution Community and Environment
Education and Training Systems
Human Capital Issues
Water Safety
Tourism
Learner Development
Passenger Water Transport
Learner and Learning Achievement
Regional Planning

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A Regional Port's Role in its Local Innovation System: The regional development platform method; IAME: International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference
Aligning the course learning outcomes of maritime business degrees with industry preferred skill sets to increase student employability in the onshore maritime industry
An investigation of the skills gap between course learning outcomes of maritime business degrees and onshore employment requirements; 18-th Annual General Assembly of the International Association of Maritime Universities
Capturing and sharing knowledge in supply chains in the maritime transport sector: critical issues; Maritime policy and management
Collaboration in the Australian logistics industry; IAME 2015 Conference: The Role of Maritime Clusters and Innovation in Shaping Future Global Trade
Collective strategy and resilience in supply chains: opportunities for port managers; International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA)
Connectivity and collaboration: the role of performance measures; International Conference on Global Integration of Economies and Connectivity Development
Constructing Competitive Advantage: Regional Ports in Local Innovation Systems - The Case of Burnie Port
Employability skills of maritime business graduates: industry perspectives; WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs
Humanizing humanitarian supply chains: A synthesis of key challenges; The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics
Implications of One Belt One Road for Malaysian connectivity to international trade routes; The One Belt and One Road (OBOR) Conference
Innovations in distance learning in maritime business education: Experiences from the Australian Maritime College; Teaching Matters 2014 Conference
Key issues in sustainable regional port development; 2013 International Conference on Challenges and Responses of Ports in a Globalised Economy
Learning from logistics networks - privatisation, a help or a hindrance?; ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium
More than a marriage of convenience: The convergence of management and Indigenous educational practice; Journal of Management Education
Overcoming seafarer shortages: Human resource management and marketing strategies for a sustainable future; IAME: International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference
Path Dependency and Regional Port Authorities: Case for Innovation Network Leadership?; International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference (IAME 2011)
Port Amalgamation in Tasmania: Changing the face of service provision and innovation; IAME: International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference
Regional port authorities: leading players in innovation networks?; Journal of Transport Geography
Regional transport systems: interactive opportunities for regional innovation; 8th International Conference
Shipping, Shortages and Generation Y; MARTECH 2008
Strategic intent: Guiding port authorities to their new world; Research in Transportation Economics
The latest trend in Australian port privatisation: drivers, processes and impacts; Research in Transportation Business & Management
The role and value of collaboration in the logistics industry: an empirical study in Australia; Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics
Unknown Unknowns: US container port resilience in the new Panama Canal expansion era; 2014 International Association of Maritime Economists Conference
US container port resilience in a complex and dynamic world; Maritime Policy and Management
Vulnerabilities and adaptation of ports to climate change; Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

Research Projects

Aligning the course learning outcomes of maritime business degrees with industry preferred skill sets to increase student employability in the onshore maritime industry; International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU)
Constructing Competitive Advantage: Regional Ports in Local Innovation Systems; Department of Infrastucture and Regional Development (DIRD)
Preliminary Assessment of the Vulnerability of Australian Ports to Climate Change; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision